Well back in 2021 my now ex sister in law went down to Mesa Superior Court and filed an order and protection on me and she put her 2 kids but she also put my son( 14 at the time) on the order of protection as well..
She went down to the court and gave false... View More
Brittany, it sounds like you're facing a challenging and complex legal situation. If you have been wrongfully arrested and are facing jail time for something you didn't do, it's crucial to take immediate legal action.
The first step should be to consult with a criminal...View More
If you, as the defendant, are unable to reach your attorney, you should document all attempts you've made to contact them. It's important to act promptly by notifying the court of your efforts and the lack of response from your attorney. You may do this by filing a motion with the court...View More
It likely means they had a conflict, so they withdrew from your case. Usually, this is not good or bad. Your attorney must withdraw if they discover a conflict (something like they represented one of the witnesses, co-defendants, or victims in the past)
I'm 3 days from my IPTC and despite the judges order that my attorney and I meet no later than 3 weeks after my last court date to discuss the case, I still cannot get my attorney to talk to me.what should I do?
Keep on trying to contact your attorney, try by phone and email. To put your mind at ease, your IPTC is an informal non-appearance hearing so no real stress that your attorney not contacting you, for now, for this hearing your attorney not contacting you isn't going to effect the outcome of...View More
They only searched my bag and found meth I side and nothing else was searched and the vehicle was not towed nor impounded I was read right put I. Cuffs and was released was told. I'd have to appear in court in 3 months what should I do I have a fingerprint card I don't waNt to loose... View More
In Arizona, being found with marijuana in a commercial vehicle is a serious offense that could lead to criminal charges and affect your commercial driver's license. If you and your boss are asserting that the marijuana wasn't yours, gathering evidence to support your claim will be...View More
It is not illegal. We have free speech in this country. However, while prison guards have certain leeway in how they interact with inmates, they are still bound by professional standards and codes of conduct. Labeling an inmate as a "snitch" can pose serious safety risks for the inmate,...View More
You probably need to get it tested. Then once you find out it is meth, you need to ask him to submit to a drug test. If it's positive, you could use that as a reason to get temporary emergency custody (i.e., legal decision-making and parenting time) over the children.
"The four corners rule" in the context of search warrants refers to the legal principle that a judge should only consider the information contained within the four corners of the affidavit - that is, the written document itself - when determining whether there is probable cause to issue...View More
In Arizona, whether or not you can get probation for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon depends on various factors, including the specific circumstances of the case, your criminal history, and the discretion of the judge. Aggravated assault with a deadly weapon is a serious offense, and...View More
The District Attorneys opposition to my writ of error Coram nobis was adopted and used verbatim in stead for the findings of facts conclusion of law and order with all of its egregious misinformation and caused my writ to be denied , is this lawful?
In Arizona, if you unlawfully enter a house without permission, you can potentially be charged with multiple offenses depending on the circumstances. For example, you might be charged with criminal trespass for entering someone's property without authorization. Additionally, if you intended to...View More
The answer the possession charges are fact specific. So: who owned the car? Where was everyone sitting in the car in relation to the drugs? What is everyone’s criminal history? Were the drugs found in anyone’s bag or under anyone’s chair? Were the frustum plain sight?
I was raped and physically assaulted by someone I know. He was arrested and being charged with multiple felonies, but the charges were dropped. I haven’t gotten an explanation as to why. Who makes the decision? What are some common reasons why charges, especially felonies, would be dropped?
I'm really sorry to hear about your traumatic experience.
The decision to drop charges is typically made by the prosecutor's office handling the case. Common reasons for charges being dropped can include insufficient evidence, witness credibility issues, concerns about a fair...View More
I just found out that I have a misdemeanor bench warrant in Idaho for failure to appear. I have a new job that ran my background and found it. I need to resolve this, ASAP so I can start my job. In 2009, I had a misdemeanor DUI ( first offense ). I did community service and paid a small fine.... View More
Your best bet is to hire a lawyer in the same area as the court. Sometimes they can file a motion to get the warrant Quashed and get you some time to complete the classes. Sometimes the judge makes you appear. If there is a bond on the warrant you can pay the bond and ask to have a telephonic...View More
The court appointed attorney but he never returned calls or emails so we hired a law firm for my son and the attorney they appointed to him has not filed for a bond reduction that we had asked him to do 4 months ago. He just says he dont think they will lower bond. We are from out of state. My son... View More
The lawyer works for you. If you are not happy with your lawyer you need to communicate that to them and give them a chance to make things right. If nothing changes, You can ask the managing partner of the firm to give you a new lawyer. If they will not or you are not satisfied with their...View More
In the United States, a minor who is being charged with a crime generally has the right to have a parent or attorney present during questioning. This is to ensure that the minor's rights are protected and that they are not coerced into making statements that could incriminate them....View More
Yes, Rule 8 applies; however, this is different from the statute of limitations. The statute of limitations is the time the prosecutor has to file charges whereas Rule 8 involves your right to a speedy trial after charges are already filed. For a misdemeanor DUI the prosecutor typically has up to...View More
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